Maurice Wilbrink


"I aim to bring PGGM and the media closer together. This is, without doubt, an interesting challenge at this time of economic crisis; a time when the question as to what is to happen to pensions is extremely topical. The experts at PGGM have an opinion about this, and it is this opinion that I communicate to the media. In addition, many people find pensions a complicated subject. Consequently, it is my task to ensure our message is communicated in a way that is comprehensible. This is something I greatly enjoy; as there is always an easy way of explaining difficult subjects."

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    1. Globalvia Investment capability boosted up to Euro 1.0 billion

      ​OPTrust, PGGM and USS, current shareholders in Globalvia, have announced their commitment to deploy an additional EUR 1.0 billion into transport infrastructure projects globally.

    2. Dutch institutional investors embrace Sustainable Development Goals

      ​Last year, the UN set out the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030, a set of 17 highly ambitious goals relating to climate, poverty, health care, education, and other challenges. Institutional and private investment capital is critically needed to help finance the $5-7 trillion that is needed each year to finance the 2030 Agenda.

    3. PGGM and Foncière Atland start office joint venture in Paris and Ile-de-France

      ​French real estate company Foncière Atland and Dutch pension fund manager PGGM have today announced the launch of a Paris and Ile-de-France office partnership. The joint venture has an allocation of circa €250 million to invest. It has successfully completed its first investment, 38 rue de la République, in Montreuil.

    4. American Tower Corporation and PGGM announce creation of European joint venture

      ​Boston, Massachusetts and Zeist, Netherlands – American Tower Corporation (NYSE AMT) and Dutch asset manager PGGM today announced entry into a definitive agreement to form a joint venture (“ATC Europe”), which will focus on pursuing telecommunications real estate investment opportunities in select countries on the continent. At closing, AMT will contribute its German assets into ATC Europe and PGGM will acquire a 49% interest in ATC Europe. American Tower will retain operational control and day-to-day oversight of ATC Europe.

    5. BAM and PGGM further strengthen joint venture

      Royal BAM Group and Dutch pension fund administrator PGGM announce an increased commitment to their joint venture.

    6. PGGM invests 9 billion euros in solutions

      ​Pension investor PGGM invested one billion euros in ‘solutions’ last year investments that not only yield a competitive financial return, but also have a tangible impact in the areas of climate, water, food and health. Total investments in this category reached 8.9 billion euros at the end of 2015.